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Post By Steve Sailer on 12/05/2019
In my review of the current movie Midway, I opined in passing that in June 1942, the Japanese Zero carrier plane might have been “perhaps the best fighter in the world at the time.” The Zero was extremely light and thus had outstanding range and maneuverability in dogfights. Commenter Hun in the Sun counters: Yes! Let us here and now forever bury the Cult of the Zero. It was underpowered, underarm...
Post By Steve Sailer on 12/04/2019
From the San Francisco Chronicle: Muhammad makes list of top 10 baby names in the U.S. for first timeBy Amy Graff, SFGATE Updated 12:28 pm PST, Tuesday, December 3, 2019 … Revealing a rise in Arabic names, Muhammad and Aaliyah made the top 10 for the first time, replacing Mason and Layla. Okaaaaay … Now, you might say: “Well, that doesn’t mean much. It’s just that Muslims always name their s...
Post By Paul Nachman on 12/04/2019
This was originally published in the Daily Interlake, Kalispell, Montana, January 31, 2016. It's being reposted for the use of grassroots activists like the ones who braved sub-zero temperatures to protest a refugee dump in Bismarck, North Dakota. What’s your opinion on bringing Syrian refugees to Montana? You might want to consider that question because WorldMontana, a Helena-based non-profit orga...
Post By Steve Sailer on 12/04/2019
Here’s my movie review of Midway in Taki’s Magazine: ‘Midway’: Effective Bang-Bang-Boom-BoomSteve Sailer December 04, 2019 Midway is a surprisingly accurate and competent WWII movie about the most thrilling naval battle in American history. While only 38 percent of film critics gave the film a thumbs-up, 92 percent of its audience approved. It doesn’t rank with the best films of 2019, but gay ...
Post By Anonymous Attorney on 12/04/2019
A West Philadelphia black woman recently elected to the state legislature amid shouts of praise to Allah for being the first female Muslim representative is expected to resign for using her charity as a personal bank account. State Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Wednesday charges have been filed against the West Philadelphia Democrat, including perjury, tampering with public records, t...
Article By Ann Coulter on 12/04/2019


Earlier by Ann Coulter: “We'll Tell You Who's Privileged”

I gather it would be proof positive of “white nationalism” to point out that the only group discriminated against in college admissions is white people.

We’ve heard a lot about discrimination against Asians lately, which reminds me: Asians are SO lucky they’re not white! Otherwise, America’s leading hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, would be churning out reports on the worrying rise in Asian Supremacy.

In fact, however, a recent study by Georgetown University (probably White Nationalist), funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (presumed hate group), found that if colleges admitted students based solely on SAT scores, every single ethnic group would decline, except one: whites.

Article By Michelle Malkin on 12/04/2019

Earlier by Michelle Malkin: Three Cheers for Refugee Reduction!

Should U.S. citizens have input into whether their neighborhoods are fundamentally and permanently transformed into United Nations refugee camps full of welfare dependents and tax burdens?

Government-funded charities that profit mightily from the federal refugee resettlement program say: "Hell, no!"

But President Donald Trump and growing numbers of informed Americans across the heartland are raising their voices to say: "Heavens, yes!"

This week, an extraordinary revolt took place in Bismarck, North Dakota, where an overflow crowd of residents braved subzero temperatures to register their opposition to allowing the Lutheran Social Services to dump any new refugees in their backyard.

Post By Brenda Walker on 12/04/2019
Monday’s Washington Times highlighted a border enforcement success in taking out the cartel spotters who hang out in the hills and keep an eye on where the Border Patrol is active so smugglers can bring in their loads more successfully. It would be wrong to think that valuable illegal drugs are sent randomly into the lucrative United States market. The spotters provide an important link in runnin...
Post By Lydia Brimelow on 12/04/2019
Help us reach our final goal–keep up this incredible momentum. Please give your most generous donation  now! Tuesday’s kickoff of VDARE.com’s year end fundraiser started with what I thought was a challenging goal: to bring in $5,000 in one day to meet a matching donation pledged by one of our standout donors. Little did I know what an enormous groundswell of support we would receive, ultimately bre...
Article By Washington Watcher II on 12/03/2019

New York Rep. Elise Stefanik is the GOP’s newest star. Her aggressive questioning of witnesses during last month’s impeachment hearings made her a national figure and a prominent White House ally. Many Trump supporters see Stefanik as a hero, but immigration patriots should be skeptical. The New York Republican consistently votes against patriotic immigration reform. Her sudden celebrity signifies a serious problem with Trumpism—apparent loyalty to the president matters far more than America First. But that won’t build a movement, and will permit cheap-labor enthusiasts to co-opt Trumpism for their own corrupt ends.

Let’s give credit where it’s due: Stefanik did do a number on the Democrats’ witnesses [Yovanovitch Admits Being Prepped By Obama Admin On Hunter Biden & Burisma During Confirmation, GOP War Room, Nov. 15, 2019]. Trump called her a “a new Republican star,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy praised her political skills, and other major figures want to see her in the leadership. At the same time, celebrities and prominent liberals are donating heavily to Stefanik’s Democratic opponent, further cementing her importance [Rising GOP star thrust into spotlight with Trump defense, by Juliegrace Brufke and Brett Samuels, The Hill, November 25, 2019].

Stefanik’s star power relies on the 35-year-old’s youth and sex. Few young women are in the GOP caucus and the party is desperate (foolishly, ask Ann Coulter) to have its own Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

And unlike AOC, Stefanik has brains. She’s a Harvard grad. (Perhaps significantly, she was reportedly a friend of Peter Buttigieg there—Pete Buttigieg and Elise Stefanik unlikely friends from Harvard days, by Jon Levine, November 30, 2019 ).

Yet Stefanik’s rise exposes the problem with the top shelf of the GOP on Capitol Hill: If the party fully embraced immigration patriotism, Stefanik’s immigration agenda would exclude her from leadership. She holds a dismal D career rating from NumbersUSA. (She was first elected in 2014). This term she rated a mediocre C. The low ratings are fully warranted, as her long history open-borders statements and legislation demonstrate:

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By Ann Coulter on 12/04/2019


Earlier by Ann Coulter: “We'll Tell You Who's Privileged”

I gather it would be proof positive of “white nationalism” to point out that the only group discriminated against in college admissions is white people.

We’ve heard a lot about discrimination against Asians lately, which reminds me: Asians are SO lucky they’re not white! Otherwise, America’s leading hate group, the Southern Poverty Law Center, would be churning out reports on the worrying rise in Asian Supremacy.

In fact, however, a recent study by Georgetown University (probably White Nationalist), funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (presumed hate group), found that if colleges admitted students based solely on SAT scores, every single ethnic group would decline, except one: whites.

By Michelle Malkin on 12/04/2019

Earlier by Michelle Malkin: Three Cheers for Refugee Reduction!

Should U.S. citizens have input into whether their neighborhoods are fundamentally and permanently transformed into United Nations refugee camps full of welfare dependents and tax burdens?

Government-funded charities that profit mightily from the federal refugee resettlement program say: "Hell, no!"

But President Donald Trump and growing numbers of informed Americans across the heartland are raising their voices to say: "Heavens, yes!"

This week, an extraordinary revolt took place in Bismarck, North Dakota, where an overflow crowd of residents braved subzero temperatures to register their opposition to allowing the Lutheran Social Services to dump any new refugees in their backyard.

By Washington Watcher II on 12/03/2019

New York Rep. Elise Stefanik is the GOP’s newest star. Her aggressive questioning of witnesses during last month’s impeachment hearings made her a national figure and a prominent White House ally. Many Trump supporters see Stefanik as a hero, but immigration patriots should be skeptical. The New York Republican consistently votes against patriotic immigration reform. Her sudden celebrity signifies a serious problem with Trumpism—apparent loyalty to the president matters far more than America First. But that won’t build a movement, and will permit cheap-labor enthusiasts to co-opt Trumpism for their own corrupt ends.

Let’s give credit where it’s due: Stefanik did do a number on the Democrats’ witnesses [Yovanovitch Admits Being Prepped By Obama Admin On Hunter Biden & Burisma During Confirmation, GOP War Room, Nov. 15, 2019]. Trump called her a “a new Republican star,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy praised her political skills, and other major figures want to see her in the leadership. At the same time, celebrities and prominent liberals are donating heavily to Stefanik’s Democratic opponent, further cementing her importance [Rising GOP star thrust into spotlight with Trump defense, by Juliegrace Brufke and Brett Samuels, The Hill, November 25, 2019].

Stefanik’s star power relies on the 35-year-old’s youth and sex. Few young women are in the GOP caucus and the party is desperate (foolishly, ask Ann Coulter) to have its own Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

And unlike AOC, Stefanik has brains. She’s a Harvard grad. (Perhaps significantly, she was reportedly a friend of Peter Buttigieg there—Pete Buttigieg and Elise Stefanik unlikely friends from Harvard days, by Jon Levine, November 30, 2019 ).

Yet Stefanik’s rise exposes the problem with the top shelf of the GOP on Capitol Hill: If the party fully embraced immigration patriotism, Stefanik’s immigration agenda would exclude her from leadership. She holds a dismal D career rating from NumbersUSA. (She was first elected in 2014). This term she rated a mediocre C. The low ratings are fully warranted, as her long history open-borders statements and legislation demonstrate:

By Allan Wall on 12/02/2019

With other major Democratic presidential candidates advocating Open Borders, Joe Biden’s relative restraint makes him look almost sane. This is causing him problems with Professional Hispanic activists (his top Latino campaign adviser Vanessa Cardenas recently quit because he has refused to disassociate himself from Obama’s record on deportations—a myth that somehow left Obama with the title “deporter in chief”). But the good news for Sleepy Joe: The polling data show that rank-and-file Hispanics aren’t paying much attention to Professional Hispanics like the one at the town hall.

Thus Biden’s behavior in Greenwood, South Carolina, on November 21 was remarkable. He openly and firmly backed deporting felons.

The squabble began when a woman named Silvia Moreno asked Biden about Obama-era deportations. Translating for Moreno was Carlos Rojas, an activist for the pro-illegal alien pressure organization Movimiento Cosecha (“Harvest Movement”).

Moreno/Rojas: My name is Silvia and every day I live under the fear that ICE is going to separate my family.

Moreno/Rojas: I have heard that you have defended Obama’s record of 3 million deportations that happened over the eight years that he was in office.

Moreno/Rojas: Because deportations were so high under the Obama administration, it is hard for me as an immigrant to trust you and I want to know, if you were to be president, will you stop deportations on Day One through executive action?

Biden: No. I will not stop all deportations. I will prioritize deportations, only people who have committed a felony or serious crime.

Carlos: I’m going to translate for her, but I want you to know that in 2008, I was a volunteer for Obama because I had hope and I believed in the promises he made to the immigrant community. The fact is that over those eight years, over 3 million people were deported and separated from their families. We had this classification of families. ...

Biden: You should vote for Trump. [Carlos continues talking.] You should vote for Trump.

And then Biden walked away!

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 12/02/2019

At first glance, it would appear that five months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong had produced a stunning triumph.

By September, the proposal of city leader Carrie Lam that ignited the protests—to allow criminal suspects to be extradited to China for trial—had been withdrawn.

And though the protesters' demands escalated along with their tactics, from marches to mass civil disobedience, Molotov cocktails, riots and attacks on police, Chinese troops remained confined to their barracks.

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